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• Electric cars get push from Jerry Brown
How iPhone 6 could power Apple revenue surge
• iPhone 6 called the most durable iPhone yet
• iPhone 6 launch is biggest in device’s history
• More iPhone 6s sold than population of Georgia
• Apple price target raised to $130
• Cody Willard: 5 investor apps for iPhone 6
• BlackBerry makeover starts to take shape
Gold crashes and is now tarnished for good Commentary: An improving economy is reducing safe-haven demand, writes Jeff Reeves.
• For gold bugs, it's bee an unhappy month
• Gold dips again; silver hits four-year lows
DiCaprio burned for hypocrisy in climate protest
• Thousands in N.Y. join march for climate
• Carbon pricing getting a new push
• Paul Farrell: This 1 chart exposes climate hoax
Boomers vs. millennials: The fast-food survey
• Burger King inversion can harm your retirement
• Finally, a weight-loss app for your kids
Who will replace the Four Lords of Technology? Commentary: Apple, Microsoft, Intel and now Oracle have lost their leaders, bringing an end to era of innovation, writes Marek Fuchs.
These are 5 expenses you don’t plan for, but should
How to shelter hundreds of millions in an IRA account
• 7 things you didn’t know about billionaires
20 amazing and affordable post-summer vacations The fall and winter months can be an ideal time for an affordable adventure.
• White House fence jumper had ammunition
• Spirit jacks up baggage fees for the holidays
• SEC to pay $30 million whistleblower award
• What to watch for in Carnival earnings
• What to look for in Bed, Bath & Beyond earnings
• Tesco shares pay for accounting error
• Clorox to shut down Venezuela business
• Existing-home sales fall 1.8% in August
• G-20 plans 2% global growth over next 5 years
How Alibaba could double IPO price in a year
MKM Research sees Alibaba shares at $125 in 12 months.
The iron ore industry is headed for a brutal shakeout
Iron ore prices are collapsing, but industry heavyweights are ramping up production. Will they drive high-cost competitors to the wall?
Alternative take on Buffett and Burger King
Trading Deck: The Burger King/Tim Horton's deal doesn't make a lot of sense on the surface, but if you take into account Warren Buffett’s role in financing it, the bigger picture comes into focus.
Income inequality in 11 Morgan Stanley charts
The issue of income inequality has taken on an increasing share of the debate over the economy.
How to pick the right Medicare drug plan
Many retirees pay more than they should for Medicare prescription drug coverage; now's their chance to switch plans.
• How to survive 4 major retirement hazards
It’s later than you think at FedEx
Trading Deck: The company is trading at far too high a valuation, argues Thomas H. Kee Jr.
RadioShack condition appears critical
Retailer says it’s talking to a big supplier to change the terms of their relationship, but is it already too late?
Enjoying sake — with Japan’s Miss Sake
Japan’s Miss Sake ventured to the U.S. last week for the 11th annual Joy of Sake, a one-night festival that celebrates a drink known for its subtle flavors.
Caffeinate retirement with low-cost funds
RetireMentors: Investing in your retirement portfolio is a little like buying coffee, says Sanjoy Ghosh.
Noted hawk Charles Plosser to retire from Fed
One of the more hawkish regional Fed presidents on Monday announced his intent to retire.
• Dudley: Fed keeping eye on U.S. dollar rally
Smooth path for economy still elusive
After post-recession ups and downs, the U.S. economy appears poised for a smoother ride. Or does it?
U.S. begs for growth, but Europe unmoved
Commentary: Domestic pressures on the continent reduce economic leeway, writes David Marsh.
Ex-IRS official: ‘I didn’t do anything wrong’
Lois Lerner says she did nothing wrong. P;us: Michelle Obama urged to campaign.
This is the Wild West of the ETF industry
It pays not to be trigger-happy in ETF managed portfolios, suggest experts.
• These are the surprise ETFs of 2014
• Here's where active management still pays
Crowdfund funeral costs for a loved one
Instead of flowers or a charitable donation when someone dies, how about helping to cover expenses?
‘Yelping’ financial advisers
Opinion: New Web tools will enable you to weed out the bad ones, writes Asheesh Advani.
Double standard for female pro athlete
U.S. Soccer is drawing heat for letting Hope Solo play as she awaits domestic-abuse trial.
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